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Description: Canterbury House
Date Listed: 8 July 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 221704
OS Grid Reference: TL7042099840
OS Grid Coordinates: 570420, 299840
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5697, 0.5132
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TL 7099 STOKE FERRY WRETTON ROAD
House. Late C16, altered c.1700 and much altered C19. Brick, clunch and
carstone with pantiled roof. 2 storeys. East facade in 2 parts. Southern
section of 3 bays. 3 ground floor C19 sash windows under gauged skewback
arches and architraves in dark red brick. Moulded brick string course between
floors and similar eaves cornice above 2 similar first floor windows. Southern
upper window narrower than others and blocked. Roof line raised. All this
work c.1700. Northern section of flint and 3 bays, the ground floor obscured
by C19 brick lean-to extension. 2 C19 first floor sashes flank blind window.
Gabled roof. 2 sloping C19 attic dormers to north section. C19 gault brick
ridge stack right of centre. South gable with set-off at original eaves line
above 2 blocked square windows with hood moulds. Remains of original gable
line visible. Triple internal octagonal stack on bell-based plinths. West
facade with blocked central door. 2 C20 sash windows to left separated by
blocked window. Similar disposition above. Further sash over door and another
to right. Brick string course divides storeys. Interior. Kitchen with wave
moulded bridging beam to north. Central dining room also with moulded bridging
beam and cornice, inserted large frame panelling. Doors with H hinges. Spine
beam to lounge at south end with sunk quadrant mouldings. Roof renewed C18
with staggered butt purlins.
Listing NGR: TL7042099840
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Source: English Heritage
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